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Driver samples for Windows 10

These are the official Microsoft Windows Driver Kit (WDK) driver code samples for Windows 10. They provide a foundation for Universal Windows driver support of all hardware form factors, from phones to desktop PCs. Use these samples with Visual Studio 2019 and Windows Driver Kit (WDK) 10.

Windows Driver Kit documentation

Windows 10 driver development

Use Visual Studio 2019 and Windows Driver Kit (WDK) 10 to build, test, and deploy your drivers. With Windows 10, the driver development environment is integrated into Visual Studio. To get started, download the driver development kits and tools for Windows 10.

Download the WDK, WinDbg, and associated tools

Windows Driver Kit (WDK)

Take a look at the compilation of the new and changed driver-related content for Windows 10. Areas of improvement include camera, print, display, Near Field Communication (NFC), WLAN, Bluetooth, and more.

Find out what's new in the WDK

Universal Windows drivers

Write one driver that runs on Windows 10 for desktop editions, as well as other Windows 10 editions that share a common set of interfaces.

Getting Started with Universal Windows drivers

Windows Driver Frameworks

The Windows Driver Frameworks (WDF) are a set of libraries that make it simple to write high-quality device drivers.

WDF driver development guide


Use the samples in this repo to guide your Windows driver development. Whether you're just getting started or porting an older driver to the newest version of Windows, code samples are valuable guides on how to write drivers.

Build your first driver

If you're writing your first driver, use these exercises to get started. Each exercise is independent of the others, so you can do them in any order.

Write a UMDF driver based on a template

Write a KMDF Hello World driver

Write a KMDF driver based on a template

Microsoft Code of Conduct

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact with any additional questions or comments.


This repo contains driver samples prepared for use with Microsoft Visual Studio and the Windows Driver Kit (WDK). It contains both Universal Windows Driver and desktop-only driver samples.



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